Glassies: Help please with cake plate, bowl with underplate, small divided dish

Discussion in 'Pottery, Glass, and Porcelain' started by Happy!, Jun 18, 2018.

  1. Happy!

    Happy! Well-Known Member

    Hope you guys may recognize these, thank you in advance!
    1. Cake plate measures about 13" in diameter.
    TOP:
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    BOTTOM, has 3 tab-like feet:
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    2. Small bowl with underplate, about 2.5" tall; 6" diameter across the top. Overhead lights kept messing with the rippled pattern.
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    3. Small divided dish:
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  2. dgbjwc

    dgbjwc Well-Known Member

    #3 is Hazel Atlas 7" Three Partition Dish. It falls under Depression Glass.
    Don
     
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  3. dgbjwc

    dgbjwc Well-Known Member

    #2 might be Hocking's Old Cafe. Another Depression Glass pattern. Sorry, not even a guess on the cake stand. Need to see the base. A shot of the cake plate upside down might help.

    Don
     
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  4. Happy!

    Happy! Well-Known Member

    Hey Don, thanks for the help, I like knowing what the pieces are. There is a pic of the underside under the 1st pic of the top. There is a glass ring around the base, and 3 tab- like protrusions/feet. Hoping someone can ID it.
     
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  5. dgbjwc

    dgbjwc Well-Known Member

    Oh, Happy, I apologize. I thought they were both pictures of the top!:oops::oops::oops: I don't recognize it but I'll do a bit more searching.
    Don
     
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  6. Happy!

    Happy! Well-Known Member

    Don, no problemo, do that myself! Thanks for taking the time and effort to research. I could not find it, but am probably using the wrong keywords.
     
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  7. Bdigger

    Bdigger Well-Known Member

    The bowl and the under plate do not belong together. the under plate IS Hockings OLD CAFE pattern (depression Glass) The bowl is something different I don't recognize, but I think it is much later then the Old Café,
     
  8. dgbjwc

    dgbjwc Well-Known Member

    I'm trying something new for me here in posting a photo I found on pinterest. I searched under "cakeplate three feet" and came up with this image. Unfortunately there is no picture of the just the plate itself but it does provide a different search avenue. I also tried to search "ball and swirl cakeplate" and "candlewick look a likes" but didn't come up with anything helpful.
    Don

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  9. Happy!

    Happy! Well-Known Member

    Thanks so much bdigger and Don. That helps. Funny, this one also has an aluminum lid, though it does not say CAKE on it...guess this one is a mystery.
     
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  10. dgbjwc

    dgbjwc Well-Known Member

    The plate may have been produced as a special order by one or several glass factories for the company selling the aluminum top. As a result it may not have been in any particular glass company's line. Most likely a dead end I'm afraid.
    Don
     
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  11. Mugzinnys

    Mugzinnys Well-Known Member

    Try to reach out to tallcakes
     
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  12. Happy!

    Happy! Well-Known Member

    @TallCakes help please! Is that what you mean Mugzinnys?
     
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  13. TallCakes

    TallCakes Well-Known Member

    the plate has the raised gallery that reminds me of those sold with metal covers by the truckload at dime stores back in the day. Tho' the size is a bit larger than most. I'd describe as vintage 13 inch 3-toed/footed swirl cake/torte plate.
     
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  14. Happy!

    Happy! Well-Known Member

    TallCakes, sorry for the late reply. You really helped us as your description makes sense for the time period, thanks!
     
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